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The Ins and Outs of Deep Sea Fish Oil

By Edited Oct 9, 2016 1 1

Deep sea fish oil is normally found to be more expensive than other fish oil supplements. The reason for this is that deep sea fish are becoming harder to come by. This is as a result of commercial fishing methods as well as the huge increasing demand for products that contain omega 3 rich fish oils. There are several species of fish that are as a matter of fact under risk of extinction and fishing banes have already been put in affect with regard to preservation of the species.

Some of the species that are currently under threat but is still being used due to stock pileups are the spiny eel, spiny black skate and the blue hake. Therefore the need for a commercial way of producing fish oils has come into existence. This means that aquatic farming methods needed to be implemented. Most of the methods used are derived from an ancient Chinese way of foraging sea food. This type of production has also be considered not to be as productive as people seem to think as the fish that are bred this way are fed pallets which do not contain omega 3 and these fish are then also not a true source of omega 3.

Deep sea fish oils are said to contain the same types of active omega 3 molecules that other fish oils do. The difference however is that suppliers of these deep sea fish oils claim that the content of minerals in the fish used are higher. Tests that have been done on the deeper parts of water have proven differently as these deeper colder waters contain the highest concentration of toxins.

As a result of this, the fish are also more susceptible to toxic infections which in turn would leave the oil derived from such a fish infected as well. Other scientists claim that this type of fish is also less productive in general as fish that contains the highest amount of mineral oils are fish that prefer lesser deep waters. There are however some places where water contamination have not yet had an effect. One example of such a destination is the southern side of New Zealand and the closely surrounding are.

This location also happens to be where the richest sources of deep sea fish oil come from. The source referred to here is the green lipped mussel which is a species that remains indigenous to the New Zealand coastline. The reason for this is speculated to be the colder water streams as well as the cleaner ocean current which passes through the sort of valley of coastlines. Another great source of omega 3 containing fish oils is a small fish that is also indigenous to the same coastline. This fish is called Hoki. Hoki is said to contain a very healthy and very high amount of omega 3 fatty acids. Another reason why this type of small fish is perfect for the production of the omega 3's is the fact that their lifespan is very short and therefore are less likely to contract infections from the toxins that are or may well be in the water.

Deep sea fish oils are becoming harder to find as fish that contain this type of oil that have normally been used for the production and extraction of fish oils have become scarce. As a result of this, the increase in demand has led scientists into researching other sources of omega 3. Some sources were found in nuts and even bananas but the type of omega 3 found in these food types are inactive and the body does not possess any process during which the molecules can be turned active.

These sources are also being used as supplements but the effects thereof is dismal to none and yet doctors in the modern age are prescribing this type of source to patients above natural fish oils. When considering to purchase a product of fish oil or source of omega 3. Professional opinions should however still be considered as some chronic condition sufferers that were tested with the use of fish oils have had worsening effects.

The cases in which the uses of deep sea fish oils were used have had minor or no improvements and upon continued use have also had negative effects. It is therefore also important to make sure that the product that is being considered should be of pharmaceutical standard and nothing less. The reason for this is that some companies claim to contain fish oil and may well do so but the oils that are included may already have been deprived of the omega molecules or it may have been contaminated by the water in which it has spent most of its existence.

Multivitamins that claim to contain omega 3 should also not be considered as medicating standard fish oil extracts as the combination of other vitamins and minerals leaves very little room for omega molecules. According to medical professionals this will not be sufficient as the recommended daily intake of omega 3 should exceed two grams. This sounds easy but it is in fact more far fetched than it sounds and it is imperative that a supplement is taken for the simple reason that our current daily diet intake rarely exceeds one hundred and fifty milligrams.

Deep sea fish oils are mostly derived from the green lipped mussel and other types of mussels which has a lower content of omegas. The reason for this is that these types of seafood contain the highest amount of omega 3's and also contain an amazing combination of minerals and vitamins that go along with omega 3. As a result the oils can sometimes be expensive and hard to come by, especially if one is looking for a product that is renowned to work.

The results of a deficiency of omega 3 however should be paid attention to as they can lead to severe chronic conditions and ill health in all age groups. Deep sea fish oils will minimize the problems but make sure to contact your doctor before opting to take supplements.

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Nov 16, 2010 6:40pm
Deborah-Diane
Great information on deep sea fish oils. I have taken fish oils for years, but didn't know this information about deep sea fish oils. Thanks for the informative article.
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